Strengthen Public Health Infrastructure for Improved Health Outcomes
- Maintain Public Health Accreditation.
- Provide over 43,500 certified birth and death certificates.
Improve Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Outcomes
- Ensure 95% of women enrolled in Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) during pregnancy subsequently breastfeed their children.
- Certify 60% of full time early childhood centers that serve at least 10% low income children are quality rated.
- Establish that 89% of children/youth served by contractors progress to next developmental/academic level.
- Reduce the incidence rate of reported cases of Measles, Pertussis, Mumps, & Rubella to 28 per 100,000 population.
Improve Quality of Life to Reduce the Years of Potential Life Lost due to Preventable Chronic Diseases
- Reduce the number of tobacco related deaths below 650.
- Ensure 85% of Quality of Life & public health nurse clients follow through with referrals to a health provider.
Minimize Public's Exposure to Foodborne Illness
- Conduct 2.0 inspections per fixed food establishments annually.
- Provide routine safety inspections for at least 60% of temporary establishments permitted.
Minimize the Spread of Communicable and Infectious Diseases within the General Population
- Provide 100% of active tuberculosis patients with therapy within 12 months.
- Arrange 95% of newly-diagnosed HIV+ clients linked to HIV- related with medical care.
- Ensure 90% of STD clinic clients are examined, tested and/or treated the same day.
Assist People in Achieving Safety, Stability and Long Term Self-Sufficiency
- Serve 60,000 unduplicated persons with basic needs by the Neighborhood Services activity.
- Equip 30% of homeless residing in shelters with case management services.
- Ensure that 75% of households receiving case management services transition into housing.
- Certify 85% of clients enrolled in self-sufficiency case management will report a reduction or elimination of income barriers.